Posts filed under: forecasting

Recently on an episode of Shark Tank, four different start-ups were looking for investors and cash. One business made socks that do not easily fall off children, and another company...
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It never hurts to be prepared for a potential downturn in the economy. Based on our History of U.S. Recessions, there have been three downturns in the last 30 years, and...
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We are going through the top 10 things that any small business should do at year-end so you can end this year well and launch into the next year with...
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Recently my family went to see Frozen 2. There was a part in the movie where Anna and Olaf were stuck in a cave with no way out.  Of course,...
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The holidays are here. We are spending time with family, eating turkey, buying presents, and just enjoying the holiday season. As the year comes to an end, there may be...
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The other day I received a call from a client. He said there was something very wrong with my pricing spreadsheet I gave them. He said the margin was off...
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  By Shane Bender A business owner recently asked me:  What is the difference between a Bookkeeper, a CPA, and a CFO? I decided that sounds like a great article...
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By Shane Bender In Nate Silver’s book, The Signal and the Noise, he discusses how he uses statistics and metrics to determine the success of major league prospects. He decided...
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  By Shane Bender “The fox knows many little things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing.” – Greek poet Archilochus Are you someone who believes in Big Ideas and...
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  By Shane Bender Do you believe the future is destined, or do you believe we have control over it? I heard Zig Ziglar on a recording from The Ziglar Show...
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